|reactive hep C
Jun 30, 2010
I had blood test for Hep C and it came out "reactive" What does it mean and are trere any implications if a dentist has hep C reactive? Please answer my querry. Regards
| Response from Dr. McGovern
If you have no risk factors for HCV, then a RIBA test should be done to confirm this. If you do have risk factors, then I would check to see if you have viremia (virus in your blood) by checking a PCR test.
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